Completed Lifeline Installations
Slate Tiles Roofs - This Uni 8™ fall protection post and wire restraint product is best suited to modern building projects, refurbishments and can also be used for industrial safety applications.
Fitted through the slate tiles, the protection system is effective in providing safe access round the roof perimeter. Project completed in Salisbury, Wiltshire.
High Visibility System - In certain instances high-visability fall arrest wire systems are a good alternative to the regular metal-cable systems, as shown in this installation in London.
This system is very flexible and can be used where space is limited, allowing users to safely access the external areas for maintenance.
Adjoining Lines - This permanent RoofSafe fall arrest horizontal lifeline system enables contractors to remain attached, while accessing all roof areas, in Southampton, Hampshire. The baseplates are carefully sealed to the membrane to ensure a water-tight finish is given.
Unlike some fall restraint systems, the 3M RoofSafe system reduces the need for multiple posts when ajoining systems meet. A cost-effective option for contractors with tight budgets.
Single Ply Membrane (SPM) - This RoofSafe corner assembly fall protection roof post anchor system is secured using toggle-fixings, which is a current method used to firmly secure the baseplate to SPM's to avoid roof leaks.
The posts are yet to be weathered to the roof.
Metal Roof Profile - Rivetting this RoofSafe baseplate to the metal roof profile provides the necessary strength to arrest a fall. The baseplate fits to numerous crown centre widths, making it an easy option for sites with varying roof systems.
This completed lifeline installation in Plymouth, Devon, now enables users to regular access and keep the gutters clear.
Narrow Walkway Area - Rigid Uni-Rail Anchor; Where roof areas are particularly narrow, or do not provide sufficient capability to install a safety wire system, the fall arrest Uni-rail system is a good alternative, especially when fitting to weaker structures. We are 3M certified horizontal rigid class D installers.
Cost-Effective Rigid Horizontal Lifeline Systems - The horizontal rigid aluminium RoofSafe rail system provides the necessary restraint to avoid falling off the roof, but allows sufficient access to all roof areas. Secured with seam clamps, the non-penetrating system has minimal affect on the roof.
From the ground there is minimal visual impact, making it an excellent option for architectural purposes, over against the more common post and wire systems. Particularly cost-effective for short systems.
Marine Grade Alloy Posts - This high grade aluminium Uni8 horizontal fall-restraint safety lifeline system is designed to withstand years of harsh treatment from the sea salt. Installation in Torquay, Devon.
This project had systems on 3 levels, but the roof build-up differed between them. One was fixed through the Single Ply Membrane (SPM) to the roof deck. Another was fitted to the concrete slab.
Mobile Man Anchor - Roof Weight Angel deadweight anchor fall arrest system enables access to the roof edge. The advantage of these systems is they can be repositioned to other areas around the roof, lowering the overall cost of a safety system.
Safety On Luxury Apartments - The safety lineline fall arrest system was installed along roof centre of these luxury apartments to provide safe access to all areas of the roof. The lower level also had a wire system, and the route to the top roof is via a rigid vertical ladder with an inbuilt fall-arrest system.
What Is A Lifeline System?
To ensure the safety of all personnel working at height on flat or pitched roofs, fall prevention equipment may need to be installed for properties in the UK.
A lifeline system is a fall protection cable-based system which users attach to using a harness and lanyard. They are commonly found in two locations - on building roofs, and to the underside of roofs when working on fall-risk zones (e.g. trucks, tanks and machinery).
An approved cable-based fall arrest system, such as 3M RoofSafe, 8mm lifeline or Uniline system, or Latchways Mansafe system, can be a critical component to making work at height safe, keeping users firmly attached to a system. (Many of our customers use the term 'mansafe' when they are actually referring to the roof fall arrest and fall restraint lifeline systems, however 'ManSafe' is a brand name of Latchways' lifeline system).
Horizontal lifeline systems are not always the most appropriate, and collective protection systems such as guardrail systems can be more suitable. Each system has it's own benefits, so ensure you take sound advice before any system is installed to your roof.
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Our Special Customer-Focused Approach
Removing Subcontractor Interfacing Issues - We understand managing subcontractors who don't collaborate with each other wastes your time and money.
We take on the responsibility to collaborate with your subcontractors to make the our works hassle-free to save you time and money.
Saving Time For Project Managers - We talk with our clients' other sub-contractors (roofers, PV panel installers etc) to ensure everyone understands the detail and implications of our work and we understand theirs. It starts back at our office. What is the specific roof type? What are the fixing details? What is the roof build up? What do we need to tell the roofer?
We pose many questions to ensure we deliver the highest-quality results we can, and finish with very impressed customers! No onsite hassle, no extra costs, easy for project managers!
Removing Workmanship Issues and Extra Costs - We take attention to detail seriously - from the office to the site teams. Our teams spend extra time ensuring the fall protection system is installed to a high quality.
Its our excellent detailed planning the saves our customers extra costs, onsite problems and delayed projects. Many of our customers value the extra effort we put in to their projects that makes their jobs so much easier. Check out some testimonials here.
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For End User Clients
User-friendly and effective - What is the impact if your roof access and fall-protection system is not as useful as it should be?
If you are not satisfied with the end result, then neither are we. Our focus is to ensure the system we propose combines a user-friendly layout, meets all height safety requirements effectively and is cost-effective.
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Selecting The Correct Horizontal Safety Line System
The team at STQ Vantage is one of the UK’s most forward-thinking specialists in the design and installation of approved horizontal roof safety lifeline fall protection systems.
If you need a safety roof system to protect workforce whilst working at height then feel free contact us to discuss your specific requirements.
As there are several types of permanent fall arrest systems on the market we provide our customers with an advanced and versatile range, to ensure they receive long-life, anti-corrosive systems. View lifeline system details here.
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The completed installation of a roof fall arrest lineline system. The design enables safe gutter access and maintenance work to be carried out throughout the building life.
Read the RoofSafe system specification, applications and other information here.
A completed installation of the highly-functioning RoofSafe anchor lifeline system. Fitted with high-tech shock absorbing components, in the event of a fall the roof will remain undamaged. View video of drop-test performance here.
The STQ Vantage Workmanship Quality
Are you concerned about the workmanship quality? Will there be interfacing issues between contractors?
It's an important question, no-one wants the cost or hassle of resolving these issues.
We've looked at managing the installations differently to ensure these problems do not occur on site:
Proactive - We liaise with roofing companies and agree on the sealing method to ensure it is compatible with our product and provides an water-tight seal. Our site engineers collaborate with other site sub-contractors to remove potential interfacing issues and remove the issues for our clients'.
Proprietary Systems - We install products and fixings that are secure, water-tight and weather resistant. They have been tried and tested very successfully.
Quality wins - and that's exactly what you will receive from us.
A retro-fit installation of a roof fall arrest RoofSafe horizontal lifeline system, rivetted to metal roof sheets in Hampshire
A single ply membrane roof fitted with roof safety system in Surrey.
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Fall Protection Systems We Install
If you're looking at safety lifeline system there are numerous types and they all vary in design, functionality and their appropriatenenss, so it's worth finding out from a specialist which system will work best. They include Roofsafe, Uni-8, Uni-8 overhead, Cabloc Pro, ManSafe, Roof Angel, Soter, Keeline and more. If you want to send us your enquiry email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are looking for a bespoke solution then feel free to get touch. Our team consists of highly creative, design-orientated construction-minded personnel who will happily work through your needs.
3 common fall protection system options:
1) Horizontal Lifeline Systems - these are installed on most roof systems, and these horizontal lifeline systems can span up to 12m (40ft) between energy-absorbing anchors, ensuring continuous hands-free roof access for all fall arrest system users.
An incredibly versatile height safety system, these multi-directional cable-based roof safety rescue lines support both fall arrest and fall restraint systems and are engineered by STQ to suit a variety of different roof contours and working practices.
There are also the rigid horizontal lifeline systems. The benefit of the rigid systems is there is no deflection (unlike the safety wire systems), and are specially useful where the fall risk area is close to where the user needs to access.
We insist on all systems we install pass the EN795:2012 test to fully comply with current regulations.
This photo displays the horizontal 3M RoofSafe lifeline system which is effectively colour matched to the roof to reduce the visual impact. With the baseplate clamped to the roof seams no penetrations are made through the roof, avoiding any possibility of roof leaks.
2) Safety Eyebolts - these are used where the user needs to work only within an area of close proximity, and are often a lower-cost option.
3) Mobile Man Anchors - (also known as deadweight anchors) these mobile systems are excellent where a fall protection safety wire system is required, but due to different applications the system will need to be relocated to various areas around the roof. The versatile Roof Weight Angel Anchor.
For the collective roof fall protection guardrail equipment and systems please see our roof guardrail page.
This mobile dead-weight anchor system enables safe gutter access. There are no roof penetrations and the fall-arrest system performance is in no way minimsed.
What Is The Cost Of A Lifeline System
The answer is, It depends on the building type, the roof construction and where you need the fall protection system'.
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Selecting The Correct Fall Prevention Equipment
If you're looking for a guide to the correct selection and use of fall prevention and arrest equipment, this document here (see page 139) explains what is needed. Alternatively give us a call and our team will gladly discuss them with you.
Compatible Roof Types
Can horizontal lifeline systems be fitted to all roof types? No, not on all roofs. There are varying factors which determine whether it is possible, but in most cases a system can be installed. The photos below show a variety of roof systems where successful installations have been made, from slate and single ply membrane roofs to metal sheet and composite, and to zinc folding seam and brick walls. There are multiple systems available and it is imperative the correct type is fitted, so should you be unsure feel free to give us a call or email the team. Compatible roof types include:
We Install Lifeline Systems in London and Southern England
Our clients ask us to install lifeline systems in numerous areas in Southern England from the Southeast to the Southwest. From the inner city areas including London City, Marylebone, South Lambeth, Battersea Park, Westminster, Mayfair, Whitechapel, Canary Wharf, Kensington, Hammersmith, and towards Wimbledon, Richmond, Twickenham, Weybridge and Chertsey. We also install fall protection systems in Bromley, Lewisham, Southwark, Westminster, Barking & Dagenham, Havering, Merton, Kingston upon Thames, Sutton besides many others.
We serve cities across Southern England including Woking, Windsor, Slough, Egham, Bracknell, Farnborough, Basingstoke, Reading, Oxford, Swindon, Bristol, Bath, Gloucester, Leeds, Manchester, Liverpool, Sheffield, Birmingham, Exeter, Plymouth, Bournemouth, Poole, Salisbury, Andover, Guildford, Southampton, Eastleigh, Portsmouth and many more. So please get in touch to discuss your needs further.
Our clients are mainly based in Hampshire, Surrey, Middlesex, Hertfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Berkshire, Gloucestershire, Avon, Wiltshire, Dorset, Devon and Cornwall, but we are happy to help in other areas too. Our wide coverage enables us to serve our clients in many areas of the country.
If you are looking for a specific lifeline fall-arrest or fall-restraint system then we will be happy to discuss your needs. We install multiple systems, including 3M / Capital Safety RoofSafe system, RoofSafe Rail, BetterSafe RoofAngle and WeightAngel, KeeSafety Keeline & deadweight anchor WeightAnka, QBM Soter System and more. Our systems are guaranteed for quality.
For all your fall arrest system requirements, talk to the team at STQ Vantage. Call 01935 474 602, send us a message or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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